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Page 109 - VI. may, to be allowed, be able to, have opportunity to, be compelled to, must; Germ. mussen 'to be obliged to', OFris. mota, OS. moton, OHG. muozan, Goth. ga-motan 'to have (find) room
Page 33 - Somner. He afterwards describes scotale as a contribulion due by the tenants, to purchase ale for the entertainment of their lord or his steward on the fee.
Page 175 - In the cases which terminate with e the a of the root is often replaced by ю.
Page 33 - ... or perhaps the ale given by the seller to the buyer on concluding a bargain. (ВТ.) drincorc sin. drinker. drinctet sn. drinkiug-vessel. driorig = d reorig drisn sf ? false hair. drit(Mw. 677, 809) dirt. dritan sv? [S382J •cacare.
Page 133 - S343] 1. (used substantively w. gen.) a certain one, some one, something, one.
Page 127 - a feeling as if the cavity of the body were full of water swaying about?